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The Dynamics of Educational Services in the Decentralization Era in Lampung Timur Regency

*Pandu Farchan Jannata  -  Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Fadjar Hari Mardiansjah orcid scopus  -  Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Received: 30 Dec 2020; Published: 28 Feb 2021.
Editor(s): Rukuh Setiadi, Ph.D
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Abstract

Lampung Timur Regency is one kabupaten in the Province of Lampung that has created in 1999, just before
the implementation of decentralization era in Indonesia. The regency has been a split from its “mother district”,
the Regency of Lampung Tengah, as to have more efficient and effective services as well as more equal
development among its region. This paper will evaluate the educational services, involving elementary schools,
middle and high schools during decentralization era since 2000 to 2015. Using the time serial statistical data
gathered from the district’s monographs, and also the standard set by the National Standard, this paper will
compare the availability of the services in two ways comparison: inter-time and inter-regional comparisons and
the combination of both of them. The result shows that local government is more focused on improving middle
school than elementary and high school services in decentralization era.

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Keywords: decentralization; educational services; Lampung Timur

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